News

Save the Date: Bold Moves Against Suicide Summit

This week is National Suicide Prevention Week.  Although suicide rates have risen in the United States over the past decade, including our local community in Louisville, the good news is we can do something about it. And Seven Counties Services is, with our city’s first Bold Moves Against Suicide Summit on November 9th and 10th  —

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TEG Architects experiences continued growth, expands architectural staff

TEG Architects, an architectural, planning and interior design firm, is pleased to welcomes the following architectural staff to the team as the firm continues to grow and expand its work.  Eric Hansen joined as a registered architect; Yang Chai is a graduate designer; Daniel Biller, Miles Travis and Autumn Patrick were brought on to provide

Save the Date: Bold Moves Against Suicide Summit

This week is National Suicide Prevention Week.  Although suicide rates have risen in the United States over the past decade, including our local community in Louisville, the good news is we can do something about it. And Seven Counties Services is, with our city’s first Bold Moves Against Suicide Summit on November 9th and 10th  —

New National Survey: Nearly 9 in 10 Seniors Satisfied with Medicare Part D

Ten years after its initial launch, the Medicare Part D prescription drug program remains overwhelmingly popular with American seniors, according to Medicare Today’s annual Senior Satisfaction Survey. The nationwide survey of approximately 2,000 seniors conducted by Morning Consult found that 88 percent are satisfied with their Part D coverage and eight of every 10 believe their drug

Elizabeth Bagby joins McBrayer as Director of Business Development

As Kentucky’s business community thrives, McBrayer law firm expands with the addition of new Director of Business Development, Elizabeth Bagby. Ms. Bagby comes to the McBrayer law firm with a wealth of experience in marketing and business development, having last served as Corporate Marketing Manager for Alltech, Inc., a company she worked with starting in

Government Affairs

Governor Bevin Submits Revised 1115 Waiver to Federal Government

Gov. Matt Bevin today submitted the Section 1115 demonstration waiver known as Kentucky HEALTH (Helping to Engage and Achieve Long Term Health) to the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, Sec. Sylvia Burwell. This innovative and common sense approach waiver will put Kentuckians on a path to better health outcomes, ensure long-term

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Healthcare issues in the upcoming elections

By Ben Keeton After a brief delay, the primary elections are official and we can move our attention to the upcoming general elections in November.  While we can feel a bit of relief from the campaign commercials, the next several months are important as the candidates present their vision for the future of Kentucky.  Healthcare

Features

Corner Office: Meet Lisa English Hinkle, Member and Health Law Department Chair at MMLK

  Fast Facts Hometown: Bowling Green, Kentucky Family: Husband: Tom; Children: Emily, Jane Lyle, Spears, and Anne Archer; Pets: Bella dog, Abbie dog and visiting dog CISCO. Hobbies: A little golf, lots of exercise—group exercise—Cycle You and Crossfit Zone are favorites, cooking and entertaining. As president of the Paris-Bourbon County YMCA, I spend quite a bit of

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